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Sun pictures all set to make Chandramukhi 2 do after lockdown

Chandramukhi the all time Kollywood blockbuster all set to start its part 2. Super blockbuster Chandramukhi produced by Shivaji films it was the all time favourite and long running movie recorded in Tamil history. Superstar Rajinikanth made the lead role in the movie. Chandramukhi was lady superstar Nayanthara second movie with makes her to reach highest point in Kollywood.

The horror movie was released in the year 2005 after 15 years movie was part 2. This successful movie was remade many other Indian languages. Movie Boss also plan to make part 2 in Kannada but due to Sun reasons movie was dropped after help of hero critical. Rajnikant was not ready to do part 2 Chandramukhi movie was on hold for very long time.

Since Rajnikant is planning start his own political party probably will be acting for one or two years. Currently Rajnikant working for Annathe for Sun Pictures pictures Hunter under Viswasam Shiva.

Raghava Lawrence die-hard fan of superstar Rajinikanth made this shocking announcement of Chandramukhi 2 today. Raghava Lawrence who has done many comedy horror movies will be doing part 2 of Chandramukhi under the direction of P Vasu.

Hi friends and fans I want to share a happy news with you all. One of my next project is my Thalaivar movie Chandramukhi 2 I am so lucky to act in this project with Thalaivar’s permission and blessings which is is directed by P Vasu sir and produced by my lucky producer Sun pictures kalanidhi Maran sir

Raghava Lawrence announcement about Chandramukhi 2

From the advance received from some pictures Raghava Lawrence have donated 3 crores to Corona viruses relief fund. In the 3 crores 50 lacs to p.m. cares fund 50 lacs to CM relief fund, 50 lacs to FEFSI union 50 lacs for dancers Union and 25 lacs for physically abled boys and 75 lacs for daily labours and for people from birthplace Royapuram.

Coronavirus in Suifenhe: Remote border town locks down as China opens up

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Image caption Suifenhe, where around 100,000 people live, has a road and rail crossing with Russia

A Chinese city on the Russian border is entering a “lockdown” due to an increase in coronavirus cases – even as the rest of China cautiously opens up.

In Suifenhe, 1,000 miles from Beijing, people have been ordered to stay indoors, with some exceptions.

The border is closed to people, although not goods, and a 600-bed isolation hospital is being built.

One business owner told the BBC she was “very scared” – but another local said he had confidence in the government.

What is the virus situation in Suifenhe?

On Wednesday, China reported 59 imported cases of Covid-19 across the whole country.

According to state media, 25 of them entered the country via Suifenhe – making the remote north-east crossing something of a hotspot.

The patients were all returning Chinese citizens who had flown from Moscow to Vladivostok, a Russian city around 100 miles south.

All the new patients were taken to hospital, with two in a serious condition.

In addition, another 86 people in Suifenhe – who came via the same route – were classed as “asymptomatic” but positive for the virus, which China counts separately.

What has Suifenhe done?

The border was closed to people on Tuesday, the local government said, although cargo can continue. Russia closed its border with China in February.

People in the city have been told to stay at home, although the lockdown isn’t as severe as Hubei province experienced. One person per house can shop for essentials every three days.

At the same time, the new hospital – in an existing building – is due to open this weekend, intended for patients with mild symptoms.

“Of course I’m very scared,” one woman who runs a bakery shop told the BBC.

“We don’t leave the house now. Many people already left the city. But we can’t do that, because we have a shop need to take care of.”

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Image caption This picture from 2005 showed the extent of Russian timber exports passing through Suifenhe railway station

Meanwhile, a member of staff at a restaurant in the city said it was normally their high season, with around 1,000 customers a day.

Instead, they were told to close earlier this week, with “no idea” when they can open again.

But the staff member was not critical of the government. He said the lockdown made him feel “secure” – and that he was “very confident” the government would look after the situation.

What is the situation in the rest of China?

China’s recorded rate of Covid-19 infections has slowed dramatically in recent weeks.

On Tuesday, it reported no new deaths for the first time since publishing daily figures in January.

On Thursday, it reported 63 cases – 61 imported from overseas – and just two new deaths.

The “flattening of the curve” has allowed restrictions to be lifted, and some normality to return.

On Wednesday, people were allowed to leave Wuhan – where the outbreak emerged – for the first time in 11 weeks if they were deemed virus-free.

There were 221 inbound and outbound flights, with more than 7,000 people leaving and 4,500 arriving. More than half a million used public transport, state media reported.

But although people from Wuhan can leave, they still face restrictions in other cities. In Beijing, for example, they will be tested upon arrival, according to local media.

Even if they pass, they will then be quarantined for 14 days – and tested again – before being released.

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Media captionMessage from Wuhan: “Learn from our mistakes”

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Brazil President Bolsonaro thanks Modi and people of India with Hanuman Reference

Brazil President Bolsonaro while addressing the nation extended is gratitude to two Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and people of India for helping Brazil and other South American countries in the war to fight against novel coronavirus pandemic. This comes after India lift the ban on export of hydroxychloroquine.

We have more good news come of direct conversation with Prime Minister of India. We will receive raw materials for the production of hydroxychloroquine so that we can treat patients after 19 as well as lupus, malaria and Arthritis. Bank Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and the people of India part as timely help to help the people of Brazil

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Hanuman Reference in Brazil request

Brazil president wrote a letter 2 Prime Minister of India requesting the raw materials for the production of hydroxychloroquine along with he mentioned the ancient Indian Ramayana mentioning the story of how Hanuman brought the holy medicine from Himalayas to treat Rama’s brother Lakshmanan who was injured during the fight with Ravanan and in Sri Lanka. He also mentioned Jesus Christ who healed dost where sick and restore the sight to Bartimeu. India and Brazil by joining their forces and sharing blessings of each Nations will overcome the Global crisis.

On 25th of March India Bans the export of hydroxychloroquine and other all raw materials used for the manufacture of any type of medicine to any foreign countries. On 2nd of April president of United States Donald Trump requested Prime Minister Modi in a special call to supply hydroxychloroquine Modi also issued that India will supply adequate hydroxychloroquine to United States. During a press conference held in White House press journalist ask the question of India’s ban on hydroxychloroquine export.

Donald Trump mentioned that he is not aware of India’s export ban on hydroxychloroquine but Prime Minister Modi I should that he will supply enough hydroxychloroquine India also receiving shoes number of thread benefits from India if it fails to supply it will face retaliation from United States and what is wrong on retaliation if it.

Few minutes after the retaliation statement, India I should to supply I hydroxychloroquine to United States with humanity

Inna feat Indian Ministry of External Affairs assured to supply raw materials required for the production of hydroxychloroquine 2 Spain government as per their requirement in a tweet

Vijay’s Master Trailer set to Release Tomorrow

Master the upcoming movie of actor Vijay trailer is set to release on April 10th. This and confirmed news circulating in social media after screenshot of trailer leaked in social media. The leaked picture is about the scene of actor Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi. The scene resembles the Epic Vikram Vedas investigation scene.

But the leaked picture was a morphed picture of Vijay’s Mersal movie investigation scene with Sathyaraj and Vijay Sethupathi investigation scene with Madhavan in Vikram Veda.

Crew earlier planned to to release the trailer on April 2nd evening 5:00 p.m. few minutes after the announcement director Lokesh kanagaraj deleted his tweet about the trailer release announcement.

Trailer release on 10th of April is not confirmed either by director Lokesh kanagaraj 9 by producer Xavier. Master become one of the most anticipated movie of the year and heavily affected by coronavirus. Do movie e post completed shooting and post production works are also completed audio launch also released still some promotion works are yet to be completed. Movie was planned to release on 14th of April on Tamil new years Eve but due to the lockdown release date was postponed. Since the release date was postponed trailer release was also delayed.

Master audio launch happened in Leela Palace with Limited number of fans and crew members due to Corona virus outbreak.

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It seems that producer Xavier wants to release trailer only a few weeks ahead of the movie release. Since the movie release date cannot be confirmed due to the lockdown trailer release is also not possible during the lockdown period until and unless either the end of the lockdown period should be announced or movie release date is announced.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to make a huge announcement about the lockdown on the 11th of April this announcement may extend the lockdown 2 June. It also mentioned that is going to take a hard decision to control coronavirus pandemic in India.

Coronavirus: WHO chief urges end to ‘politicisation’ of virus

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The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has urged unity, as the agency comes under continued fire from US President Donald Trump.

Speaking on Wednesday, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus defended the WHO’s work and called for an end to the politicisation of Covid-19.

Mr Trump said he would consider ending US funding for the UN agency.

The president accused the WHO of being “very China-centric” and said they “really blew” their pandemic response.

Dr Tedros has now dismissed the comments, insisting: “We are close to every nation, we are colour-blind.”

After first atacking the WHO on Tuesday, President Trump renewed his criticism at his press briefing on Wednesday, saying the organization must “get its priorities right”. He said the US would conduct a study to decide whether the US would continue paying contributions,

Also answering questions at the briefing on Wednesday evening, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the administration was “reevaluating our funding with respect to the World Health Organization.

“Organisations have to work. They have to deliver the outcomes for which they were intended,” Mr Pompeo said.

Covid-19 first emerged last December in the Chinese city of Wuhan, which has just ended an 11-week lockdown.

An advisor to the WHO chief earlier said that their close work with China had been “absolutely essential” in understanding the disease in its early stages.

Mr Trump’s attacks on the WHO come in the context of criticism of his own administration’s handling of the pandemic.

What did the WHO chief say?

“Please, unity at national level, no using Covid or political points,” Dr Tedros said on Wednesday. “Second, honest solidarity at the global level. And honest leadership from the US and China.”

“The most powerful should lead the way and please quarantine Covid politics,” he appealed, in comments seen as a response to Mr Trump.

On Tuesday, President Trump had said the WHO appeared to be “very biased toward China”.

“They called it wrong. They really – they missed the call,” he said. “And we’re going to put a hold on money spent to the WHO. We’re going to put a very powerful hold on it, and we’re going to see.”

The US is one of the agency’s largest voluntary funders, with WHO data suggesting they contribute 15% to its overall budget.

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On Wednesday Dr Tedros played down that financial threat, saying he believed that US funding would continue.

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres had earlier added his voice to the defence of the organisation.

He described the coronavirus outbreak as “unprecedented” and said any assessment of how it was handled should be an issue for the future.

“Now is the time for unity, for the international community to work together in solidarity to stop this virus and its shattering consequences,” he said.

French President Emmanuel Macron also reportedly offered his support to the World Health Organization in a call to Dr Tedros on Wednesday.

“He reaffirmed his trust, his support for the institution and refuses to see it locked into a war between China and the USA,” a French presidency official told the Reuters news agency.

What else happened on Wednesday?

  • The latest data, compiled by Johns Hopkins University, suggests there are now almost 1.5m coronavirus cases and 90,000 related deaths around the world
  • The UK’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, remains in intensive care in London but his condition is said to be improving
  • The total number of fatalities in the UK went above 7,000 – after a record 938 new deaths were confirmed on Wednesday
  • Deaths in Spain have risen for a second consecutive day, after hope earlier in the week that the country’s daily toll was declining

Major Inputs from BBC news

Coronavirus: Wuhan emerges from the harshest of lockdowns

This aerial photo taken early on April 8, 2020 shows cars driving through a highway toll station in Wuhan in China's centralImage copyright STR

For the first time in months, people have been allowed to leave the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the virus emerged before spreading across the world. The authorities have hailed this moment as a success – but residents had markedly different experiences of what is arguably the largest lockdown in human history.

It took 76 days, but Wuhan’s lockdown is now at an end. The highway tolls have reopened, and flights and train services are once again leaving the city.

Residents – provided they’re deemed virus free – can finally travel to other parts of China.

“During the past two months, almost no-one was on the streets,” delivery driver Jia Shengzhi tells me.

“It made me feel sad.”

Wuhan has endured one of the most extensive and toughest set of quarantine restrictions on the planet. To begin with, people were allowed out to shop for food but by mid-February, nobody was allowed to leave their residential compounds.

Delivery drivers became a vital lifeline.

“We sometimes received phone calls from customers asking for help such as sending medicines to their ageing parents,” Mr Jia says.

As the head courier at one of e-commerce company JD.com’s Wuhan delivery stations, he worried that such an order wouldn’t reach the customer on time if sent via the normal method.

“So, I rode on scooter, went to the pharmacy, picked up the medicine and took it to his father. “

It’s a story of pulling together in a crisis that would be music to the ears of the Chinese authorities.

Anger as criticism muted

But you don’t have to look hard in Wuhan to find voices that are not quite so on message.

“The cover-up by small group of Wuhan officials led to my father’s death. I need an apology,” Zhang Hai tells me, before adding: “And I need compensation.”

His 76-year-old father, Zhang Lifa, died of Covid-19 on 1 February, having contracted the virus in a Wuhan hospital during routine surgery for a broken leg.

“I feel very angry about it,” Mr Zhang says, “and I believe other victims’ families are angry too.”

In the early days of the outbreak, officials silenced doctors in the city who voiced concerns about the spread of the virus.

But Mr Zhang is particularly angry that, even today, the authorities still appear to be trying to mute criticism of their actions.

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Before he could pick up his father’s ashes, he says he was told that officials had to accompany him throughout the whole procedure.

“If we were allowed to go unaccompanied then the families would be able meet, discuss it together and ask for an official explanation,” he says.

“We also used to have a WeChat group for victims’ families, but the police disbanded the group and the organiser was taken to the police station.”

Mr Zhang has refused to collect his father’s ashes and says he’ll do it, alone, at a later date.

“Collecting his ashes is a very private thing, it’s a family thing, I don’t want other people to be with me,” he says.

‘Do not blame our government’

Mr Jia, the delivery driver, says none of his family or friends became infected by the virus.

It’s a testament to the effectiveness of the lockdown which, despite doubts over the accuracy of the official figures, has undoubtedly slowed the infection rate dramatically.

Over the past few weeks, some of the restrictions inside Wuhan have been slowly relaxed with some people being allowed out of their residential compounds and businesses beginning to reopen.

Now the final step has been taken and Wuhan’s transport links to China have been restored.

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But although there’s evidence that there may be other ways to contain the spread of infection other than harsh lockdowns, both men believe China is on the right path.

“Generally speaking we have won, but we can’t become complacent,” Mr Jia says.

“All citizens should continue to protect themselves by wearing masks, taking their temperatures, scanning the mobile health code apps, always washing hands and avoiding gatherings.”

In the balance between containing the epidemic and restarting the economy, the risk of another spike in infections remains.

Mr Zhang, who blames local officials for his father’s death, insists he has no axe to grind with the national government.

Foreign governments though, he insists, are not free from blame.

“Westerners cannot blame our government for their severe death toll,” he says.

“They didn’t want to wear masks at the beginning dues to their habits… they have a different set of beliefs and a different ideology from us.”

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21 ISKCON temple devotees tested positive for Coronavirus symptoms, 5 dead

5 people dead and 16 other hospitalized who are devotees of the Iskcon Temple. Rameshwar Das one of the deceased person among the five, an elderly disciple of Bhakti Charu Swami while the name of other members who passed away due to Coronavirus outbreak remains unknown. Dhananjay Das one of the 16 other members who is undergoing treatment currently is one of the first to join Iskcon temple in UK.

This Iskcon temple in United Kingdom as over 15000 members there were around 1000 members gathered for the funeral of a another devotee on 12th of March. The chairperson of ISKCON governing body Commission United Kingdom said that no restrictions were in place in United Kingdom at the time and 15th of March 2020 when the Memorial was held. Pradosha das the chairperson also mentioned that all ISKCON temples Where are closed from 16th March week before Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the complete lockdown.

It is expected that more than 100 devotees would be for possible infected in them coronavirus.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson also affected by coronavirus yesterday he was shifted to intensive can after the symptoms have gone worse.

Iskcon temple in United Kingdom community is similar to tabligi jamaat event held in Delhi Nizamuddin which was attended by around hey 1800 people out of them 1445 people were attended the meat tested positive for Coronavirus.

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Coronavirus: ‘Please learn from Wuhan’s mistakes’

The Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic originated, is finally lifting its 11-week quarantine as infections and deaths have tailed off.

As they emerge from their long lockdown, residents share the lessons they’ve learned from the outbreak, and offer encouraging words to the rest of the world.

Video by Meiqing Guan from BBC Chinese, and Grace Tsoi.

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